“Pause” a novel positive coping program for youth offenders : a feasibility pilot study (2021)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Thesis DisciplineHealth Sciences
Degree NameMaster of Science
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury
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Measuring positive youth development in youth work : a pilot test of two Q-sort measures. Rehman, Kristin (2019)In New Zealand and internationally there is a growing interest in the applications of Positive Youth Development (PYD) theory as a guide for youth programme development and evaluation. In light of this, the present study ...
Immersive education: virtual reality in clinical audiology: a pilot study of the effectiveness of a new patient simulator program on audiology students’ performance on case history tasks Howland, Sarah Caroline (University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2012)Purpose: Hearing loss is a common problem worldwide, and there is an ever- increasing need for more audiologists to be trained. Unfortunately, audiology students cannot always get the clinical experience they need during ...
Therapeutic engagement styles of child sexual offenders in a group treatment program: a grounded theory study Frost, A. (University of Canterbury. Social Work., 2004)It is widely observed that child sexual offenders typically exhibit considerable reluctance to self-disclose at a level that reflects the full reality of their offending. Their successful engagement in relapse prevention-based ...